Monday, November 19, 2012

Math Game Monday ~ Picnic Probability


Welcome to this week's edition of Math Game Monday!

I'm blogging in my PJs since I have the entire week off for Thanksgiving!  Hoping many of you do, too.

The product I picked to share this week is really more of a task card activity or math station than an actual game, but I think your students will still enjoy it.

I gave you a little sneak peek in yesterday's blog post.



Here are a couple more pages from Picnic Probability, which is aligned to CCSS MCC7.SP.




Picnic Probability is a set of 12 cards that can be used in small groups, as individual task cards, or as a math station.

I've also included an extension question.

The questions are aligned to the CCSS under MCC7.SP.

There are 2 versions of student answer sheets included as well.



You can click on any image above to go to my TPT Store.

As I mentioned yesterday, I'm changing up how I give away a product on Math Game Mondays.  I realized the other way was not so fair.  In order to everyone an equal chance...and not just the early risers on the East Coast, I will randomly select a winner from all comments left below.  

So leave a comment WITH an e-mail address so I can reach you.  On Tuesday, I'll use random.org to select a winner.

Good luck!

Enjoy :)



6 comments:

  1. Hi Michelle,

    Thanks for creating something on probability ... one of those topics that students struggle with in MS!

    Have a fabulous week off ... I know that I have lots and lots on the To Do List! ;-)

    ~Amy (teachertalkamy[at]gmail[dot]com)

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  2. Would love to have some extra probability practice for my kiddos! Enjoy your week off.

    -Heather hnellett (at) communityrootsacademy (dot) org

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  3. We are starting probability about winter break. This will be so great for my 6th graders jharris12@me.com

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  4. we just implemented the common core this year...so probability is new to me as a 7th grade math teacher. erinpsnyder@gmail.com

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  5. I need help with all things common core!
    This would be great!
    Peggy
    mrspaulson@gmail.com

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  6. Probability is fun to teach but I'm always looking for new ideas.

    I'm jealous of your week off! I'm not off until 1:00 on Wednesday. Enjoy your week!

    Sevvy (sevvys@aol.com)

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